The Bungle in the Jungle by John Bush
  

Synopsis

The Bungle in the Jungle by John Bush

The proud baboon wonders why someone as clever as he should look so drab and dull, so he persuades the ostrich to swap feather for fur. Soon all the animals are joining in swapping characteristics and it's impossible to tell who is who. Only the warthog decides to stay the same.

About the Author

John Bush, is not a man who enjoys the spotlight. He did not agree to be photographed for this page. Little did we know this would mean hiding under a hat and behind some ridiculous spectacles and a false moustache. The soft toy snake doubling as an exotic hat band is named Crush, after the python in The Warthog’s Tail, and is John’s constant companion when writing stories.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: Under 6

Author

John Bush
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

16th January 1992

ISBN

9780099660309


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